Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin
Columbia Theological Seminary, Presbyterian theological seminaries, Presbyterianism, Theology Study and Teaching, Presbyterian Church, Presbyterian theological seminaries -- Georgia -- Decatur, Presbyterian theological seminaries -- Southern States, Faculty issue, Memorials, Faculty essays, Richards, J. McDowell, Robinson, William Childs, DeWitz, Ludwig R. M., Lyon, O. H., Wallace, Ronald S., Green, James Benjamin
The Columbia Theological Seminary Bulletin began in 1908 as a means of communication to constituents. Issues include the course catalog, faculty essays, inaugural lectures, memorials, general news, and fundraising literature. Frequency, the institution’s name, and the place of publication vary. Titles across time included the Annual Catalogue, Bulletin, Inform, and Vantage. "Faculty issues" include articles and reviews. Articles are listed here. Titles: "The Reverend James Benjamin Green" by J. McDowell Richards; "In Response to Recognition by the Alumni" by William Childs Robinson; "Let Us Go On" by Ludwig R. M. DeWitz; "The Problem of Evil" by O. H. Lyon; "The Place of Preaching, Sacrament, and Pastoral Care in the Experience of the Reformation" by Ronald S. Wallace.
Volume 60, number 5, December 1967
Publisher Columbia Theological Seminary (Decatur, Ga.)
Digitizing sponsor LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
Book contributor Columbia Theological Seminary
Collection columbiatheologicalseminary; americana